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Religious Heritage

Our finest religious monuments are preserved and open to the public. Some are still active, including monasteries, abbeys, collegiates and basilicas.

Take this opportunity to taste our Trappist beers and cheeses produced by monks in these religious centres.

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Cistercian Abbey in Villers-la-Ville (VILLERS-LA-VILLE)

In the Walloon Brabant province, the Cistercian abbey of Villers unveils 850 years of history and numerous events and activities all year round....
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Founded in 1132, the Notre-Dame of Orval is one of the most remarkable Cistercian abbeys in Belgium. Set in a deep valley, it is still home to a bustling community of monks...
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Stavelot Abbey, tourism & culture space, non-profit organisation (STAVELOT)

Stavelot Abbey, a very old Benedictine abbey founded in 651 in the province of Liege, opens its doors to 3 extraordinary exhibitions:Principality of Stavelot-Malmedy Museum with a...
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The Malmundarium (MALMEDY)

The former Benedictine Monastery was built around 648 and the current buildings date from the 18th century. It houses the Treasure of the Cathedral of Malmedy...
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The Maredsous Abbey and St Joseph Visitors' Centre, Dennée (DENEE)

Discover the beers and cheeses of Maredsous at the Saint-Joseph Visitor's Centre, where the abbey's monks welcome you for a pleasant and delicious moment....
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The abbey of Flône was founded at the end of the 11th century by three knight-monks, on a piece of land given to them by the bishop of Liège...
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The Art Centre organises 4 to 5 exhibitions a year and specialises in the link between art and writing...
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